Who said it has to be tobacco?
Maybe someone is using the “food shortage” scam to get the pigs to donate their bodies for the good of the community.
Has it occurred to anyone that Jolene isn’t bleeding; but she’s eating out of the garbage and she can’t help herself. Maybe the pig mutants are either suffering from anorexic or over eaters.
The flop eared fascist did say that the people of Endtown should embrace their animal side; while Octavius the Panda tried to promote maintaining their humanity despite their animal appearance. Bunny boy is now the leader and the Panda is dead.
It seems to me, that she is alive and merely came over to Walt’s place after that phone call; because she knows that Walt will protect her. The police chief mentioned that in the other cases there were suicide notes; but no bodies. She is there laying in Walt’s apartment instead of being Endtown’s equivalent of Soylent Green.
I always thought that Dottie had a thing for Walt. So I have to wonder if Aaron is going to do a side story between the two of them along with the mystery of the disappearing swine.
Aaron you are the Man!!! I love your stuff. You know how to really hook people in and then hit them hard. I think you need to pitch an idea for the Zootopia sequel to Disney. Something along the lines of Zootopia 2: It Came From Endtown!
I have to agree with you on this one. It seems the male anthros don’t wear shoes; but most of the females do.
It could be the release of adrenaline into the system when they begin to feel the transformation occurring. The fight or flight response could cause a critical alteration of body chemistry that results in chaotic transformations. While a person a sleep or under the influence of a mind altering substance would not experience such a change in body chemistry.
Actually I meant that the Holly we see in Hillside doesn’t seem like a very nice person. She seems shallow and superficial. The Holly we meet in Endtown seems a lot nicer. Doc Chase was concerned about Holly getting involved with Wally because of what she had been through and feared that Wally might revive in Holly the pain of her past. Holly has evolved from the person she was in Hillside to the person she is today. During the Milk trial she lost the control she had over the pain of her past. Such behavior is not uncommon. It happens to a lot of people today.